Keith A. Furman - Chief Executive Officer
Keith joined Acadia in October 2008, as Chief Executive Officer of Acadia Abilene Hospital and assumed CEO responsibilities at Lakeland Behavioral Health System in April 2011. Prior to Acadia, Mr. Furman was employed by PSI from September 2005 to October 2008 last serving as CEO for Atlantic Shores Hospital in FL. From July 1998 to August 2005, Mr. Furman was employed by Cornell Companies where he was a Division Director overseeing 12 residential treatment facilities and more than 1,200 beds.
Richard Aiken, MD. - Medical Director
Dr. Aiken has been the Medical Director of Lakeland for 17 years and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He holds degrees from the University of Illinois and Princeton University, including a Doctor of Philosophy degree. After obtaining a medical doctorate he attended Washing University School of Medicine for his adult residency training; he also was in the child fellowship program at Washington University. He has published numerous peer reviewed articles, chapters in textbooks and one book with Oxford University Press while a tenured faculty member at the University of Utah.
Julee Corey - Director of Nursing
Julee has 13 years of nursing experience, including 7 years at LBHS in the capacity of Charge Nurse and Nurse Manager and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Nursing. She has been instrumental in development and execution of new service lines and expansion.
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